Blog/Civil Unrest

Civil Unrest for 2018/2019 Post Election Cycle – The End of the United States?

QUESTION: I have followed you for many years and read you daily. To the point, I was looking at the riots in LA 1n 1965 and then the riots in 1992, that being 27 [...]

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Left & Right Clash Violently in Chemnitz, Germany

Violent protests by thousands of right and left political persuasions in downtown Chemnitz, Germany have resulted in at least two people being injured Monday [...]

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Violence from the Left is Starting – It will be Their Way or No Way

There are groups of Democratic Socialists that are stalking Trump’s staff and Republicans. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was refused [...]

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The Violence in Northern Ireland is Not Finished

Reuters is reporting that Northern Ireland was hit by a new wave of street violence overnight on the eve of annual parades. This is demonstrating that there remains [...]

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Civil Unrest in Haiti leaves Americans Trapped

The American Embassy personnel in Haiti are still under an order to take shelter and remain in place. They have been instructed: “Do not attempt to travel at [...]

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Civil Unrest = Hoarding of Assets

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You pick themes that are not really just political on the surface, but beneath you are connecting the dots economically. This is what I [...]

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California Dreaming & Separatist Movement

On the November election in California, enough signatures were gathered just over 400,000 to put a question on the ballot – should California be split into [...]

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French Unions Protesting Economic Reforms in France as Always

    In France, the Unions and opposition parties are rising up in protests denouncing a Macron-led overhaul of labor rules that would reduce worker [...]

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Armenia Turning to Revolution?

The protests in Armenia are continuing. Now Al-Jazeera reports that the soldiers are joining the people. Back on April 23rd, Armenia celebrated the resignation of [...]

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Nicaragua Protests Over the Collapse of Social Security

At least 10 people have died in Nicaragua during this week’s violent protests over the government’s planned changes to the social security system. [...]

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